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B iq --- SPORTS SECTION --- DON RENTCH -- SPORTS EDITOR LOCAL COVERAGE - SCORES - PICTURES 1 L rm SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE JUNE 16, 1966 SECTION---B NEWS BY MAX BROWN TRITTIPOE, head football and baseball coach at Har- Ferry High School, has accepted a position principal Elementary School in Loudoun County. The Ferry post is open at present, we understand, and a Berk- Springs native, Charlie Lutman, is after the job... 0. S. 'OTHO' BLOOM, Charles Town hardware magnate a number of years, is in Winchester Memorial Hospital obselTation and a checkup. He is in room 1303, in case would like to drop in or send him a get-well cm'd... ',HESTER'S Health Center Bowling Lanes have been to Clark Copenhaver, Sr., 6f Harrisonburg, Va., who will over the ownership on Mond, y, June 27th. The Health Lanes were opened in September of 1963 by the late Zimmerman who did a lot of bowling in yesteryears in Town and this area. Well, does this reporter re- him from the days of the old Blue Ridge Bowling He was always a top performer ... WILT and his Sleepy Hollow Golf committee deserves a bow for the manner in which they are ucting the handicap tournaments, president's cup, etc., the local course is without a pro to take care of these . Good job, fellows... visitors Wednesday were WVU's sports head man, Eddie Barrett, and the new Mountaineer coach, Jim Carlen and their families. They spent the taking ill some of the historical points in the winding up with a night at Charles Town Race Course Irv Kovens promised to send Coach Carlen a top prospect soon... LATIONS to our most efficient secretalT who two hand . ome bowling trophies last week from Bowl--and who also had a birthday on Tueeday this week. Three big events in two weeks for June, but too few for such a fine and deserving person. Happy r! June, as we know her here at the office, is as many know, I am sure, Mrs. Eddie Bohrer of Terico-Heights, W. Va... Bill Benton won the Sleepy Hollow Golf and Country Club's ttandicap Tournament for the third consecutive year when he defeated veteran Oscar Wilt 7&5 on Saturday June 4. Benton got off to a great start by scoring birdies on each of the first two holes and proceded to win the first six holes before Wilt got untracked to take the seventh. From the seventh hole until the end of the match on the thirteenth hole, Benton con. tinued to hold his large lead and Wilt finally ran out of holes. For Wilt, it was a disappointing de- feat since he was unable to play the consistant golf he had dis. played in reaching the final round Both players will receive trophies at the conclusion of the golf sea- son. Dr. Earl Allara Has First Round Leal In President's Cup Dr. Earl Allara fired an open. ing round 77-8-69 on Sunday June 12 to take the halfway lead in President's Cup competition at Sleepy Hollow Golf and Country Club. Sam Gilman is just one stroke off the pace with a net 70, while Norman Corbin has a 71, and Doug Lutman, in his first tournament, a 72. The second and final 18 holes will be played Sunday June 19 with the below listed pairing and starting times. The gross and net scores of the players is beside hk, name. 12:00 P. M. Carl Benton 106-19-87, Cal Shoe Maker 101-18--83, Ed Spinks 103-20-83, Paul Dorsey 102-19-83 12:06 P. M. Bud Stone 114-31-83, Donald Noland 93-11--82, Ed Rawlings, 102-20-82,Norman L. Wilt, 98-16-82. 12:12 P. M. Gary Fleming, 99-18-81, Steve Smith, 91-11--80, Marshall Brown, 91-11-80, Carl Merchant 95-15--80. 12:18 P. M. Gene Myers, 94-15-79, Johnnie Propst, 90-11-79, Ray Blackford, i 92-13-79,Meredith O. Polen, 92-14--78, 12.24 P. M. Al Hoopor~ 87,1b.78, Ed MeDon. akl, 103-27-78. Guy Davis, 97-20--77, Preston Merchant, 90-13-.77. I2:30 P. M. Charlie Cunningham, 86-9-77 Bill Roth, 94-17--77, Bill Benton, ........... 82-5-77, Junior Jones, 87-10-77. SNOW-DEN, 6-31/ forwalzl who helped the Pitts' 1 12.:3.6. M'. ......... .............. state PI" " mu plnKs, Y-ZO-TI riecK- ~icnenley l-llgn cnool parvazls m vu ma- A1 ( nlli .q417 77 A basketball championship last season, has accepted - .... ''""-'-' :etball scholarship to West Virginia University. Snow' 12.42 p M is the fifth basketball prospect recruited so far this year, Bob Benton, 88-12-76, Ed Dill- Bucky Waters said... BRILL, shopping in Hagerstown the other day, said a garden supplies sign: "Let Your Mind Go To Seed." YOU HAVE stock in Shenandoah Downs, you'll be in- to know that the board of directors have declared dividend to holders of record, payable July 14th.,. .....,.g.t.,.,.... WEST VIRGINIAN and three Western Maryland prospects were grabbed in the pro baseball draft Junior Smallwood of Martinsburg was the West named. He was the choice of the Washington Sen- Ron Hart of Frederick was selected by the Cleveland Ed Cook of Walkersville, Md. and Bridgewater Col- the Washington Senators and Denny Kerns of Han- now at the University of Maryland, by the Baltimore .y...mme.m. THE TIME being the most important point in the of the National and American Football Leagues is championship game between the two leagues at Tt TO 2--B DIRECT FROM THE SUNDAY, JUNE 19 ON STAGE IN PERSON THE "CANDY" KID GEORGE MORGAN HEAR GEORGE 91HG "CANDY KISSES" "SUPPING AROUND" AND MANY OTHERS 2 SHOWS 3:00 & 8:00 P.M. RAIN OR SHINE SEE IT FROM YOUR CAR. ADULTS $L50, CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE SA~ONSORED BY THE WASHINGTON COUNTY ORPHANS HOME ard, 89-13-76, Marty Blackford 84-8-76, Charlie Clendenning, 95-19-76. 12:48 P. M. Tony Palumbo, 86-11-75, Char- lie Lutman, 94-19--75, Roger Clipp 94-19--75, Patsy Grant 88-13-75 12:54 P. M. Jack Akers, 82-8.74, Connie Hammann 86-12-.74, Bob Leavitt, 83-9-74, Max Brown, 90.16-74. 1:00 P. M. Meredith L. Polen 77-4-73, Ral- ph Board, 94-21-73, Doug Lutman 93-21-72, Sam Gilman, 81-11--70. 1:06 P. M. Joe Servis, 88-15.73, Norman N. Wilt, 88.8-73, Norman Corbin, 80-9--71, Earl Allara 77-8-69. Note: No golfer who is playing in the tournament is allowed to play any holes or practlcb on the course the day of the tournament To do so could disqualify any player. Also important, all four- somes are asked to start at the designated hours posted above. This i~ important pay strict atten- tion to the starting hour. Mixed Scotch Foresome Schedule The Mixed-Scotch Foresome Tournament is scheduled to begin Monday June 20. This event is a man-woman team event with team members alternating shots from the tee to the bottom of the cup This event has proved very popu- lar in previous years and should create much interest again this year. Ed and Shirley Heckman are the defending champions. The Mixed Scotch tournament will have two basic changes this year: (1) A team will decide prior to starting a match which mem- ber will arrive on the first hole and then that person will drive on all odd numbered holes. (2) The team handicap will be deterimen- ed by adding the handicap of each member and the dividing by two. TURN TO PAGE 2--B Mark; AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING OF TEAMS Team W. L Astro~ 3 Mets i Cards 2 Twins 2 3 RESULTS PAST WEEK June 7 - Mets 17 Cards 14 June 9. Twins 30 Mets 6 June 10. Cards 44 Astros 16 June 13. Cards 15 Twins 6 GAMES ON TAP June 16 Astros vs Twins June 17 Cards vs Mets June 20 Twins vs Mets June 21 Cards vs Astros June 23 Twins vs Cards In the American League the Cards set a new league scoring record Friday by defeating the Astros 44-16, in the longest game ever played locally, despite the fact it only went five innings. The Cards only had 12 hits to 11 for the Astros, but 14 Astro errors, opened the door wide for the one-sided decision. The Twins and Mets also played a high-scoring game in Thursday l evening, June 9, with the Twins getting the victory by a 30-6 score Sam Stanton hurled three-hit ball at the Mets and he also help- ed his own cause at the plate wRh three hits in five times up. On June 7 the Mets scored a 17-14 vicotry over the Cards with errors again playing a big role in the outcome of the contest. Paul Ranalli and Charles Cost- ello, worked on the mound for the Mets and combined to limit the Cards to six hits. Monday evening, June 13, Don. ald Miller hurled a four-hitter to give the Cards a 15-6 victory over the Twins. The Cards scored 10 runs in the first frame on only one hit to move far out in front and stay in the lead. Pirates And Mets Plan Basebafl Tryout Camps The Pittsburgh Pirates and the New York Mets will hold tryout camps this month at the new baseball field of Shenandoah Col. lege, Winchester, Va. The Pirates' camp is scheduled for Saturday, June 25 at 9 a. m. New York's camp will be held Monday, June 27, at 9 a. m. If it rains the camp will be held June 28. Both camps are for boys be- tween the ages of 16 and 22. Any American Legion player wishing to attend must have a letter from his post commander' or his base. ball coach, giving permission to attend the camp. The field is located on the col- lege campus on U. S. 50 East of Winchester across from Lee Jack son Restaurant. Those interested in attending either camp are advised to drop a post card to M. S. Zickefoose, athletic director, Shenandoah Col lege, Winchester, Va. What Ever Grandma? See Her Charles Town! ! I! More changes are taking place in the athletic staffs of the high schools of the county, section and area this Summer than in many years. And as a result when the Fall school term opens, many schools will have coaching staff made up of something old, some- thing new and something differ- ent. For instance every tfigh school in Jefferson County ,has already undergone some changes in their athletic staff. And there is still at least one more appointment to be made in Jefferson County. Between now and early August it s hard to tell how many other changes wit! be made in schools ,in neighboring counties of Vir- i ginia, West Virginia and Mary- land. Undoubtedly the most coaching changes to occur in one year in a single county, has come in Jeffer- son County, where the Board of Education has already made a number of switches and two new appointments. At Charles Town High the board, meeting Friday night, named George Zamberlan of Key- stone, W, Va., in McDowell Cou- nty, to a teaching and coaching post at Charles Town. He will teach mathematics and serve as assistant to Head Coach Kenny Sims in football and to head coa- ch Bill Jordan in basketball. He will also replace Harold (Zip) Lorenz as head baseball coach, Lorenz having been named last i week as director of athletics at Charles Town High. Zamberland, was graduated from Concord College this Spring, where he was an outstanding guard and line-backer for the Concord Lions for two seasons. He received his high school edu- 9 < cation at North Fork Elkhorn High School in McDowell County, where he was also outstanding in athletics. Mr. Zamberlan serv- ed for several years in the Armed Forces after graduation from High School and on being dischar ged he enrolled at Concord Col. lege. tie Will arrive in Charles Town to take over his new duties about August 15. TO HELP AI~O The board also hired Roland Helms, of Newburg, W. Va., a it t.lome Alter i 1966 graduate of Fairmont State ~nenanuoan Ponies College to teach social studies Cltgo 2 and also to give the Panther coa- Legionnaires 0 ching staff an assist, especially ----O---- with freshman football and basket ball. With golf having been added to the sport's program at Charles Town High, the board named Eugene Piscitelli, a member of the school faculty to coach this sport. There will also be some chang- es in the coaching set-up at Shep- herdstown High with the board approving the request of William (Bill) Osbourn, to be relieved of the head basketball coaching chores, a job which he has hand- led for many years. He and Jim- my Kessel head football and baseball coach at Shepherdstown High, will do a "switch" in this sport, Kessel, who has been coach ing junior high and junior var- sity basketball, is moving up to head basketball coach and Osbou- rn taking over the responsibilit- ies which Kessel had been hand ling. Osbourn will continue to assist Kessel in football and be head track coach. In another change at the Shep- herdstown school, Nevin Strider, who has been coaching some juno TURN TO PAGE 2---B m PONY LEAGUE STANDING OF TEAMS Team "W. L. 0 1 2 3 LAST WEEK'S RESULTS June 18. Citgo 15 Legionnaires 7 June 11. Home Alter 13 Ponies 6 June 12 - Citgo 17 Legionnaires 2 "--- ~ O--- --~ GAMES THIS WEEK June 18 - Legionnaires vs Ponies June 19. Home Alter vs Citgo i June 22. Home Alter vs Legion. naires The Home Alter and Citgo teams dominated play in the Jeff- erson County Pony League the past week, with the Home Alter boys pulling the season's first big surprise by upsetting the Shenan- doah Ponies last season's champ ions and winners of two consecu- tive games this season. The single victory for Home Alter shoved them into first place ahead of the Ponies with a 2-0 record as against 2-1 for the Ponies. In defeating the Ponies in most convincing fashion Saturday afternoon on the Legion Pony League field, the Home Alter boys scored five runs in the third frame without the benefit of a TURN TO PAGE 2---B Baseball enthusiasts of Charles Town and vicinity, will be pre. sented an opportunity the morn- ing of July 4, to see some of the best amateur baseball talent in the entire section and area, in action at the Charles Town Legion Park field. Harry "Buddy" Zimmerman, Martinsburg insurance man and one of the top sports enthusiasts of the section and area, announc. exl this week that plans have been compleled to have the fine Leo- ne's team of Baltimore, Md., come to Charles Town and tangle with a team of All-Stars to be selected fm)m the Tri-County Baseball League. This promises to be a great sports day for Charles Town and this section, with the big game to get underway at 10:30, to be fol- lowed by a big picnic lunch at the Legion field for the players on the two teams. The wives and girl friends of the Tri-County All. Stars will provide the picnic and have members of both teams as their guests. Following the luncn those play, ers, their wives and girl friends who like horse-racing will con- verge on Charles Town Race cou- rse for a full afternoon of racing. Although the line-up for the Tri-County Stars has not yet been announced, Zimmerman said he had been informed by Walter Youse, manager of the Leone's team that Reggie Jackson, the No. 1 draft pick of the Kansas City Athletics who played last Summer with Leon's will be in the Leone line-up. A good indicatien of the high calibre of talent which makes up the Leone's team is provided i~ the number of boys from the team who have moved into minor and major league baseball. Fro' TURN TO PAGE 2--B @ Your Chevy dealer has a whole line of husky, hard-working Chevrolet pick- ups ready to start saving for you now. Each has a ride that's hard to tell from many passenger cars. All have famous cost-saving Chevy truck power. Now, more than ever, they're America's number one way to work. There's one that'll be a real tonic for your busi- ness. For your leisure time, too. Because, when the busy working week is through, you just slip it under a comfortable camper body and whisk away for a rest cure. NO. 1 WAY TO WORK Talk to ,o, SbovroUet dealer about type of truck. 47-1447 ROUTE 340 EAST CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 9 PHONE 725-7045 m U II 9